Join us in the winter semester for SEAS Career Services professional development series! Each topic will be lead by a professional or alum who has substantial experience in the subject. The topic for February 26 will be "Media and Communication Training". Registration for all workshops is available in eRecruiter.
Food Literacy for All starts again in January! We have an amazing lineup of speakers every Tuesday evening during the winter semester of 2020. UM students can enroll in the course for credit, and community members can attend the series for free.
Tuesday Evenings, 6:30 - 8 PM
Angell Hall, Auditorium B
EAS 639, NUTR 518, PUBHLTH 318, ENVIRON 315 (2 credits)
The first Teach-In on the Environment (the model for the first Earth Day) in 1970 was organized by the U-M student organization Environmental Action for Survival, Inc. (ENACT). The success of that first event on the Ann Arbor campus is legendary, and many of the ENACT members went on to make significant impacts in the environmental and sustainability fields.
Six of those ENACT members will hold a panel discussion that honors the rich history of Ann Arbor’s Teach-In on the Environment. They... Read more...
Inspired by the legacy of his grandfather of Jacques Cousteau, Philippe is an multi Emmy-Nominated TV host and producer as well as an author, speaker, and social entrepreneur. He and his wife Ashlan are the stars of The Travel Channel’s newest series Caribbean Pirate Treasure. It follows the Cousteau's as they travel around the Caribbean, diving into maritime mysteries, exploring pirate histories and investigating the lore of lost treasures. In addition, Philippe is the host and executive... Read more...